Akashic Records Course in Indianapolis




Bill Foss and the Higher Dimensions Network will present the course Journey to the Akashic Records from August 25 to 27 at the Omni Severin Hotel, in Indianapolis, to help participants learn advanced skills and practices to access the Akashic records, experience and learn about past-life regression, discover their soul’s purpose, understand and develop intuitive abilities and experience powerful healing.
        Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the Akashic Records and how they can transform lives. Foss describes them as the universal record of past thoughts, actions and events imprinted on the etheric field.

Admission is $339. Location: 40 W. Jackson Pl. To register, call 317-414-4402 or email Becky@HiDimNet.com. For more information, call 714-706-0402 or 918-770-3810 or visit BillFoss.net.

 

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